Tour de Delta Awarded $50,000 Sport Canada Hosting Grant

Delta, BC – At a media conference today, the Honourable Carla Qualtrough, PC, Minister of Public Services and Procurement and Member of Parliament for Delta, announced the awarding of a $50,000 hosting grant from Sport Canada to the Tour de Delta, which includes the UCI 1.2 White Spot | Delta Road Race. “We are grateful Read more about Tour de Delta Awarded $50,000 Sport Canada Hosting Grant[…]

New West Grand Prix Offers Unique Challenge To Riders – 935-metre course is unlike any other criterium at BC Superweek

Immediate Release June 28, 2018. New Westminster, BC – When professional athletes compete in the same event year after year, a certain amount of familiarity develops, giving them the edge over someone competing in that event for the first time. As the latest addition to BC Superweek, last year’s New West Grand Prix was new Read more about New West Grand Prix Offers Unique Challenge To Riders – 935-metre course is unlike any other criterium at BC Superweek[…]

Tour de Delta Officially Announces Beedie As Presenting Sponsor – Event has presenting sponsor for first time in 18-year history

Delta, BC – The City of Delta today announced a major partnership giving Beedie presenting sponsorship rights for the 2018 Tour de Delta. The event will now be known as the Tour de Delta presented by Beedie. The partnership marks the beginning of a new sponsorship era for the Tour de Delta as Beedie is Read more about Tour de Delta Officially Announces Beedie As Presenting Sponsor – Event has presenting sponsor for first time in 18-year history[…]

Tour de Delta Officially Announces Beedie as Presenting Sponsor

Delta, BC – The City of Delta today announced a major partnership giving Beedie presenting sponsorship rights for the 2018 Tour de Delta. The event will now be known as the Tour de Delta presented by Beedie. The partnership marks the beginning of a new sponsorship era for the Tour de Delta as Beedie is Read more about Tour de Delta Officially Announces Beedie as Presenting Sponsor[…]

BC Superweek 2018 Kicks Off with Tour de Delta Presented by Beedie

Delta, BC – In just over two weeks, more than 200 professional cyclists from every corner of North America and around the world converge on the Lower Mainland for Canada’s biggest professional road cycling series – BC Superweek – which begins with the $25,000 Tour de Delta presented by Beedie. “Year after year, the communities Read more about BC Superweek 2018 Kicks Off with Tour de Delta Presented by Beedie[…]

Registration Officially Open for BC Superweek 2018

March 6, 2018 REGISTRATION OFFICIALLY OPEN FOR BC SUPERWEEK 2018 Host Housing Requests Also Being Accepted for This Year’s Series Vancouver, BC – BC Superweek is pleased to announce that online registration is officially open for this year’s series, which includes the Tour de Delta, New West Grand Prix, Global Relay Gastown Grand Prix, Giro Read more about Registration Officially Open for BC Superweek 2018[…]

American John Murphy Wins White Spot | Delta Road Race for Third Podium Appearance at BC Superweek

The third time turned out to be the charm for John Murphy. After two straight second place finishes to start BC Superweek, the 32-year-old who rides for the Holoweski | Citadel Cycling Team made it to the top of the podium in the White Spot | Delta Road Race on Sunday afternoon in Tsawwassen. He Read more about American John Murphy Wins White Spot | Delta Road Race for Third Podium Appearance at BC Superweek[…]

American Justin Williams Wins Ladner Criterium on Canadian Olympian’s Borrowed Bike

Normally when a cyclist discovers their bike has a mechanical issue and they can’t use it to ride, they simply get it fixed before the race. However, what if the mechanical issue can’t be fixed at all – and the problem is that a vital piece of equipment on the bike isn’t allowed to be Read more about American Justin Williams Wins Ladner Criterium on Canadian Olympian’s Borrowed Bike[…]

​2016 Canadian Olympic Bronze Medalist Kirsti Lay Wins Women’s Race

Five years ago, she gave up speed skating for cycling due to an injury and after turning pro in 2014 – racing on two wheels as opposed to two blades looks good on Kirsti Lay. The 29-year-old, who rides for Rally Cycling, opened up a 26-second lead early to claim victory in the 35-lap, 36-kilometre Read more about ​2016 Canadian Olympic Bronze Medalist Kirsti Lay Wins Women’s Race[…]